02/14/05

News-7 at 5


SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=1 Today on News 7 at 5, union workers


at Volvo's Dublin factory decide if
they will accept the company's contract
offers.
VO NAT VO NAT

Plus the White House condemns an
attack that killed the former prime
minister of Lebanon.

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Today's rain and fog will give way to
a rather pleasant Tuesday forecast. We
have the details in a few minutes.
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ENG#=2 Also today, the food police say the


makers of a popular artificial
sweetener are being deceptive with
their advertising.
VO NAT VO NAT

If defense attornies for Michael
Jackon have their way, his trial could
turn into a star studded affair.

(END VO) END VO



SHANNON ON CAM

Plus we'll tell you why state
lawmakers spent today discussing
Louisville Sluggers, Batman and flying
rodents.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Shannon Young

syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Steve Mason
smason@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Negotiators with a union and one of
the New River Valley's largest
employers will have to go back to the
drawing board.

(END VO) END VO



Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Volvo Contract Union workers at the Volvo Truck
ENG#=4 plant in Dublin have rejected two of


three tentative contract offers.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Pulaski Co.

Members of the Local 20-69 turned
down a contract covering both salaried
and hourly workers, and another
covering just hourly workers.

Members say they were satisfied with
a two percent raise, but some felt the
offers fell short in terms of health
insurance and pension plans.

The union, however, did approve a
separate agreement pertaining only to
the plant's *salaried* workers.

Both sides have agreed to operate under
terms from the old contract, while
negotiations continue.

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GRAPHIC=Explosion The White House says a terrorist
ENG#=1 attack that killed the former Prime


Minister of Lebanon was "a despicable

act".

VO-NAT :17 VO-NAT

*CG locator Beirut, Lebanon


*CG locator Washington, DC

Rafik Hariri and at least 10
other people were killed when the bomb
blast

ripped through his motorcade near the
Phoenicia Hotel in Lebanon.

Another 100 people were injured.

The White House says the
President was shocked and angered to
learn of the attack.

SOT FULL SOT FULL :30 - :46
INQ=Mr. Hariri was a fervent...




*CG 2line Scott McClellan
White House Spokesman SCOTT MCCLELLAN/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN:
MR. HARIRI WAS A FERVENT

SUPPORTER OF LEBANESE INDEPENDENCE AND
WORKED TIRELESSLY TO REBUILT A

FREE, INDEPENDENT AND PROSPEROUS
LEBANON FOLLOWING ITS BRUTAL CIVIL WAR,

AND DESPITE ITS CONTINUED FOREIGN
OCCUPATION."

RUNS=:16 (END SOT)



OQ=continued foreign occupation.






VO-NAT :05 VO-NAT



The White House says it condemns
the act "in the strongest possible
terms."

(END VO) (END VO)


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SHAN ON CAM SHAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq Iraq's election results are
ENG#=2 tallied with Iraqi Shiites winning a


majority of the seats in the national
assembly.

Now, as Aleen Sirgany reports,
there are fears the new government may
be too weak.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=




*CG locator Baghdad


*CG 2line Adul Sattar Jawad
Editor-in-Chief, Assiyada


*CG 2line Richard Boucher
State Department Spokesman


*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News




RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= <<(BAGHDAD)



(END SOT) (NAT..NEWSPAPER MAN)



THE PAPERS ARE FULL OF NEWS ABOUT THE
ELECTIONS: WHO WON, AND WHAT

HAPPENS NEXT. IT'S A BIG QUESTION,
SINCE NO ONE EARNED AN ABSOLUTE

MAJORITY OF THE VOTE.



(NATS..CELEBRATING)

IRAQ'S MAIN SHIITE ALLIANCE CELEBRATED
COMING IN FIRST BUT FELL SHORT OF

THE TWO THIRDS NEEDED TO CONTROL THE
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.



(file)

AND SO ALLIANCE LEADERS MET TODAY TO
DISCUSS HOW THEY WILL COMPROMISE

WITH OTHER GROUPS, NECESSARY FOR
SETTING THE AGENDA.



THERE'S SPECULATION THE SHIITES WILL
FORM A COALITION WITH THE KURDS,

WHO CAME IN SECOND PLACE.



(SOT)DR. ADUL SATTAR


JAWAD/Editor-in-Chief of Assiyada
newspaper


"All Iraqi factions, should participate
in the process of writing the

constitution."



THE SHIITES VOWED TO ALSO INCLUDE
SUNNIS IN THAT GROUP. ONCE IN POWER

UNDER SADDAM HUSSEIN'S REGIME, MOST OF
THE SUNNIS EITHER BOYCOTTED THE

VOTE OR STAYED AWAY BECAUSE OF
VIOLENCE.



WITH THE SUNNIS BASICALLY SHUT OUT,
THERE'S FEAR THE INSURGENCY WILL

BECOME MORE AGGRESSIVE. THE U.S IS
URGING ALL PARTIES TO COME TOGETHER.



(SOT)RICHARD BOUCHER/STATE DEPARTMENT


SPOKESMAN

"we hope democracy in iraq is ever
expanding and groups who didn't

participate in this elex will
participate in constitutional process"



BUT WITH SO MUCH UNCERTAINTY
SURROUNDING THAT PROCESS, MOVING
FORWARD TO

A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT COULD BE A SLOW
JOURNEY.




(STANDUP)

AND A DANGEROUS ONE. ANOTHER U-S
SOLDIER WAS KILLED TODAY IN A

ROADSIDE BOMB...AS WERE SEVERAL IRAQI
NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS. AS, CBS

NEWS, WASH.>>
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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A bill designating a state bat
ENG#=1 has flown through the General Assembly.



That after a lengthy discussion
today in the Senate.


As Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer
Wishon reports, today's discussion was
almost as rare as the endangered
animal.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Known as the Virginia Big- Eared

Bat


*CG 2line Sen. John Chichester

(R) Fredericksburg


:20


*CG locator Richmond
:43


*CG voiceof Sen. Bill Mims

(R) Leesburg


1:05


*CG 2line Sen. Brandon Bell

(R) Roanoke


1:14


*CG 2line Sen. Charles Hawkins

(R) Chatham


1:31


*CG standup Jennifer Wishon
jwishon@wdbj7.com

1:42



RUNS=1:51 (END SOT)



OQ=JW, News 7, Richmond < (END SOT) Eared bat, the creature is


distinguished by its large ears.

Southwest Virginia Delegate
Jackie Stump introduced the bill, which
easily passed through the House.

Today it was before the Senate
where Senator John Chichester offered
an amendment.

Take out the words "Virginia Big
Eared" and insert "Louisville Slugger."

SOT FULL SOT FULL 55:10



INQ=One swing of this JOHN CHICHESTER: ONE SWING OF THIS AND


50,000 OR MORE PEOPLE JUMP TO THEIR
FEET AND CHEER. THEY BUTT HEADS, THEY
BUMP BELLIES, THEY HIGH- FIVE EACH
OTHER AND MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN ARE
THRILLED BEYOND COMPARE. YOU EVER SEEN
A BAT THRILL THAT MANY PEOPLE... A
FLYING MOUSE?

RUNS= 21 (END SOT)



OQ=a flying mouse? Senator Chichester argued no


one's ever caught rabies from a
Louisville Slugger.

He says it's also more likely to
thrill than terrify.


SOT FULL SOT FULL 56:27



INQ=Women don't wrap their SEN. JOHN CHICHESTER: WOMEN DON'T WRAP


THEIR HAIR UP IN NEWSPAPERS AND HATS
WHEN YOU BRING OUT ONE OF THESE.

RUNS= 07 (END SOT)



OQ=bring out one of these Roanoke Senator Brandon Bell


voiced concern that the Louisville
Slugger isn't native to Virginia.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 58:40



INQ=Mister President, is the SEN. BILL MIMS: MISTER PRESIDENT IS


THE GENTLEMAN AWARE OF THE FACT THAT
LOUISVILLE WAS ONCE IN THE COMMONWEALTH
OF VIRGINIA?

SEN. BRANDON BELL: MISTER PRESIDENT.
I'VE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY MY PREDECESSOR
THAT I REPRESENT A COUNTY, BOTETOURT
COUNTY, THAT WENT ALL THE WAY TO THE
MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

RUNS= 13 (END SOT)



OQ=to the Mississippi River Senator Tommy Norment argued with


the introduction of aluminum bats, the
Louisville Slugger is just as
endangered as the Virginia Big- Eared
Bat.

Pittsylvania County Senator
Charlie Hawkins offered a different
perspective.

SOT FULL SOT FULL 1:06:21



INQ=When you think about SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS: WHEN YOU THINK



ABOUT THE BAT, YOU THINK OF THE BAT
CAVE, THE BAT MOBILE, BATMAN, ROBIN OUT
FIGHTING EVIL. A BAT WOULD DO A MUCH
BETTER JOB SO I RECOMMEND WE ADOPT THIS
AMENDMENT.

RUNS= 10 (END SOT)



OQ=adopt this amendment





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INQ=The amendment was ultimately JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THE


AMENDMENT WAS ULTIMATELY WITHDRAWN AND
THE BILL PASSED THE SENATE. IT'S NOW
IN THE HANDS OF GOVERNOR MARK WARNER.

JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.

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OQ=JW, News 7, Richmond



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ENG#=APRISA Coming up next on the newscast, a


father remembers his late son by
recruiting organ donors.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus on Healthcheck, some doctors
are looking at their patient's past to
determine how long they will live in
the future.

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MINI-OPEN SHANNON ON CAM
SHANNON ON CAM If everyone on the defense's witness
GRAPHIC=Jackson list is called to testify, Michael
ENG#=1 Jackson's trial could turn into an all


star affair.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Jackson appeared to be in good spirits
as he arrived at court for a crucial
phase of the jury selection process.

Jackson is accused of molesting a
13-year old boy at his Neverland ranch.

The defense submitted a witness list
today that included Diana Ross,
Elizabeth Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Jay
Leno, Chris Tucker and Kobe Bryant.

Attorneys for both sides are trying to
trim the jury pool from 240 prospects

to 12 jurors and eight alternates.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck With all the attention being
ENG#=2 focused on hearts today, it's no


coincidence that Valentine's Day is
also a recruitment tool for organ
donation.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg

Dozens of people turned out for an
American Red Cross blood drive at
Liberty University today.

Students are also being asked to
sign up to be organ donors.

Ken Hudson lost his son in an
accident several years ago ... but not
before the teen had talked about being
an organ donor.

His sacrifice helped save six
lives.

SOT FULL 21:01:22 SOT FULL
INQ=The lady who




*CG 2line Ken Hudson
Blood and Organ Donor KEN HUDSON/BLOOD AND ORGAN DONOR: THE

LADY WHO GOT HIS HEART AS A MATTER OF
FACT WAS ONLY ONE OF 27 PEOPLE, SHE
BECAME PREGNANT, WHICH IS SOMETHING
YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO DO BECAUSE
YOU'RE GOING TO LOSE THE BABY IF THAT
HAPPENS. SHE WENT FULL TERM AND
DELIVERED A HEALTHY BOY AND HE'S ONE
AND A HALF YEARS OLD RIGHT NOW AND SHE
NAMED HIM AFTER MY SON.

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OQ=after my son.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



A heart transplant recipient is
scheduled to talk with Liberty students
during halftime at tonight's basketball
game.

(END VO)

(END VO)


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GRAPHIC=hold Sugar farmers are taking their
ENG#=3 beef with Splenda to the courtroom.



VO-NAT :10 VO-NAT

*CG locator Washington, DC

They're attacking Johnson and
Johnson's marketing strategy with a

lawsuit saying it misleads consumers
into believing the product is a natural
sweetener.

SOT FULL :10 SOT FULL 1:06 - 1:23
INQ=The truth is the final product...




*CG 2line Andy Briscoe
U.S. Sugar Association President ANDY BRISCOE/PRESIDENT, U.S SUGAR
ASSOCIATION: THE TRUTH IS THE FINAL
PRODUCT IS NOT SUGAR. THE PRODUCT IS
NOT NATURAL; AS A SUBSTANTIAL NUMBER OF
SPLENDA USERS BELIEVE. THE

TRUTH IS THAT SPLENDA IS MADE WITH
CHLORINE AND THE TRUTH IS THAT

SPLENDA IS, IN FACT, A CHEMICAL,
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER.

RUNS=:17 (END SOT)



OQ=chemical, artificial sweetener.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



At a news conference today The
Center for Science in the Public
Interest backed up farmers' claims .

(END VO) (END VO)



A spokesman says the company
could clear up the legal battle simply
by changing the words in its
advertising and labeling.
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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck Science and medicine are
ENG#=4 constantly looking for new ways to help


people live longer.

One new trend has patients and
doctors going the extra

mile ....trying to predict the future
by taking medical testing to new
heights. The idea is to stretch the
life-span to new lengths.

Doctor Sean Kenniff has more in
todays HealthCheck.

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INQ=




*CG locator Lakewood, CO
:00


*CG 2line Michael Mossier
57 Years Old
:16


*CG 2line Dr. Sean Kenniff
CBS News
1:21


*CG 2line Dr. Terry Grossman

Frontier Medical
1:17



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OQ=CBS NEWS < (END SOT) SPEED IS JUST ONE OF SEVERAL



UNIQUE TESTS MICHAEL MOSSIER IS GOING
THROUGH.

IN THE HOPE OF LIVING LONGER THE
BUSINESSMAN HAS TRAVELED FROM SAN

FRANCISCO TO DENVER FOR DOCTOR TERRY
GROSSMANS LONGEVITY EVALUATION.



(SOT-Michael Mossier/57-Years-Old)



I spent five thousand dollars to come
out here and have the two day

exam done.



BESIDES A DETAILED CARDIOVASCULAR TEST,
THERES A C-T SCAN TO CLOSELY

EXAMINE THE HEART AND LUNGS... AN HOUR
LONG COMPUTER EXAM TO MEASURE

BIOLOGICAL AGE AND A HOST OF BLOOD
TESTS TO CHECK FOR GENES THAT MAY

PREDISPOSE HIM TO DISEASE.



(nats)

AFTER ALL THE TESTS MICHAEL IS GIVEN
ACCUPUNCTURE, A STRESS MANAGEMENT


SESSION AND AN INTRAVENOUS DETOXIFYING
TREATMENT.

THE CLINIC ALSO OFFERS HORMONE THERAPY,
ALTHOUGH MICHAEL DID NOT NEED IT.



(nats)

AFTER ANALYZING THE RESULTS DOCTOR
GROSSMAN SAYS MICHAEL IS IN PRETTY

GOOD SHAPE.

ACCORDING TO THE DOCTOR THE 57-YEAR-OLD
HAS A BIOLOGICAL AGE OF 40.

HOWEVER, ELEVATED LEVELS OF
HOMOCYSTEINE (homo-sis-teen) AND FREE

RADICALS PUT HIM AT A FUTURE RISK OF
HEART ATTACK, STROKE, ALZHEIMERS

AND SOME CANCERS.... BUT HE ISNT BEING
SENT HOME WITH DRUGS.

THE DOCTOR PRESCRIBES SPECIFIC CHANGES
TO HIS DIET AND GIVES HIM SEVERAL

SUPPLEMENTS.



(SOT-Terry Grossman/Frontier Medical)



if someone is predisposed to alzheimers
disease than there are certain

brain nutrients like vinpositine and
phosphatital serine that we

specifically want to utilize for that.



(STANDUP: Dr. Sean Kenniff/CBS

NEWS/Miami, FL)

DOCTOR GROSSMANS PROGRAM ISNT SNAKE
OIL... THERE ARE PLENTY OF DOCTORS

WHO OFFER PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE FOR A
PRICE.

THE QUESTION BECOMES: IS IT WORTH IT?



(SOT-Terry Grossman/Frontier Medical)



in most cases people find out things
about themselves that they

wouldnt have found out through a
conventional, medical evaluation.



(nats)

MICHAEL BELIEVES HIS 5-THOUSAND DOLLARS
WAS WELL SPENT... AND HE'LL BE

BACK NEXT YEAR FOR MORE.

DOCTOR SEAN KENNIFF, CBS NEWS.>>

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ENG#=APRISA Still to come on the newscast,



VO-NAT VO-NAT



a few weeks ago Hollywood brought
alien invaders to Rockbridge County.
While Tom Cruise stopped them from
conquering the earth...he apparently
could *NOT* get them to pay their phone

bill.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A Lexington woman got quite a
ENG#=1 suprise in her mailbox-



a phone bill that you could say is
'as big as Hollywood.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Turns out the bill is actually
meant for Paramount Pictures, for the
War of the Worlds movie shot there last
December.

The amount due is more than 13-
hundred dollars.

Somehow the bill ended up at school
teacher Lucy Ianuzzi's Eye uh-
new-zee's house in Lexington.

SOT FULL




INQ=After about 5 minutes





*CG 2line Lucy Iannuzzi (SOT FULL)


Lexington Resident 10:49:05 LUCY IANUZZI: AFTER ABOUT
FIVE MNUTES I DID LOOK AT THE ADDRESS
AND SAW IT WAS MY ADDRESS WITH
PARAMOUNT STUDIOS WAR OF THE WORLDS. I
REALIZED IT WAS A MISTAKE.

RUNS=09 (END SOT)



OQ=realized it was a mistake VO-NAT



Ianuzzi sent the bill back to
Sprint with a note saying it was a
mistake.

.
(END VO)
VO-NAT



While she doesn't particularly like
science fiction movies.. she says
she'll go see the movie now out of
curiosity

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=2 Up next, Steve Mason says the N-H-L


season is all but officially canceled.
Plus we'll get a sneak preview of some
pampered pooches as the Westminster Dog
Show kicks off in New York.


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OQ=is coming up


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ANCHOR ON CAM STEVE ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Good afternoon everybody, welcome to
ENG#=1 your Monday ticker which starts on the


ice.

VO-NAT VO-NAT


*CG locator Richmond
Oct. 2003 Atlanta Thrashers Practice A public relations executive, who :00 doesn't want to be identified, says the
league is making plans for a news
conference tomorrow at which

commissioner Gary Bettman will announce
cancellation of the season. The N-H-L
would be the first major pro sports
league in North America to cancel an
entire season because of a labor
dispute.

(END VO) (END VO)


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GRAPHIC=None The Old Dominion Athletic Conference
ENG#=2 men's basketball tournament tips off


this Saturday and the game will mark a
sort of homecoming for a former Cave
Spring star.

VO-NAT VO-NAT


*CG locator Salem
Tigers vs. Maroons Troy Kaase is a freshman at Hampden :00 Sydney an will play a key role if the
Tigers are to win a 10th ODAC title.
The former Knight is averaging 17
minutes a game and is averaging 7.2
points and 4 rebounds each time out on
the floor

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Hampden Sydney Forward
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OQ=.....LEARNING TO COPE WITH IT WELL"


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ANCHOR ON CAM STEVE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The Salem Roanoke Baseball hall
ENG#=3 of fame welcomed five new inductees


last night, and also welcomed a very
special guest to town.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Salem
Last Night Ferguson Jenkins, the hall of :00 fame pitcher who had a 19 year major
league career and nearly 32 hundred
strikeouts served as the Hot Stove's
guest speaker last night. *CG file 60 Minutes

His talk took place at about the
same time Jose Canseco was appearing on
60 MINUTES

and touting his new new book that
claims steroid use in wide spread in
the Major Leagues.

Jenkins took a moment to talk to
us about the problem.


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Hall of Fame Pitcher
:03



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OQ=...SUFFER WITH IT.



VO-NAT

VO NAT CON'T

The steroids' talk did little to
dampen the spirits of all five of last
night's inductees including longtime
Salem sports writer Brian Hoffman - who
not surprisingly put it all into
perspective.



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Hall of Fame Inductee
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OQ=...SCHEME OF THINGS." That's it for the ticker, coming up at



six, a chat with Dale Jarrett, the pole
winner for this year's Daytona 500, see
ya then everybody.


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GRAPHIC=Market Update News of a huge telecommunications
ENG#=1 merger failed to generate much interest


on Wall Street today.

Ed Crane has that story and more
on today's Market update.

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CBS Market Update
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OQ=News 7 at 5. <<



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GRAPHIC=None Primping, posing and playing to
ENG#=2 crowds...Its' a dogs life when that dog



is one of the chosen few at the

Westminster Kennel Club Show.

Drew Levinson reports from Madison
Square Garden.

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*CG locator New York, NY
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*CG 2line Drew Levinson
CBS News
:25


*CG 2line David Frei
Dog Show Host
1:08



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OQ=CBS NEWS NEW YORK <<(LOCATOR: NEW YORK)



(END SOT)



If you think this story about the 129th
Westminster Dog show will be

full of puns---youre barking up the


RIGHT tree.



(NATSOUND BARKING)



Come on who are we kidding.these
stories beg for it.




(NATSOUND DOG GETS TREAT)



Once again Madison Square Garden has
opened its paws to the 25-hundred

fanciest dogs in the land.



WE ARE FROM CENTRAL ILLINOIS



WE ARE FROM PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK



RIDGEFIELD CONNECTICUT



(STANDUP: DREW LEVINSON/NEW YORK )

SURE YOU KNOW THIS PLACE IS CHOCK FULL
OF PUGS AND TERRIORS AND HOUNDS

AND EVEN AKITAS, BUT TO YOU KNOW THE
IMPORTANT THINGS LIKE WHAT TREATS

THESE CANINES CRAVE?





(SOT CARINNE FOLGER/DOG OWNER )



SHE EATS CHICKEN NECKS, AND GROUND BEEF
AND LIVER AND HEARTS AND

KIDNEYS



(SOT SHARON MCGEE/DOG OWNER )



WHAT DOES JILL LIKE TO EAT(TAKES A BITE
OF MICROPHONE) UH BESIDES THE


MICROPHONE?

UM SODA BOTTLES.



And better yet.



(SOT : DAVID GROSS/ DOG OWNER



(REPORTER QUESTION) WHEN BELLAGIO IS
NOT SHOWING OFF FOR THE FOLKS

HERE, WHAT DOES HE LIKE TO DO?

LIE AROUND AND SLEEP, DROOL.



All of these k-9s--- are strutting


their stuff... hoping to be top in

their class. There's working dogs,
sporting dogs, hounds...and terriers

to name just a few.



then finaly one of them will be ...
BEST IN SHOW.



And to the winner Tuesday night go the
spoils.



(DAVID FREI/ WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB TV
HOST )

THEY DO RETIRE GET INTO A BREEDING
PROGRAM AND TRY TO PRODUCE THE NEXT

GENRERATION OF GREAT SHOW DOGS.




And the pooch becomes an instant K-9
classic.



Should we say it?.ah why not?

This story has gone to the dogs and for
them what a wonderful life that

is.

Drew Levinson, CBS News, New York.>>

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Relatives remember a local
soldier killed in Iraq.

VO-NAT VO-NAT



And the battle over this bat in
Virginia's General Assembly
CLOSING ANIMATION ANIMATION

on News Seven at Eleven. (END VO) (END VO)